Photo by Peter Breed

Wun Ting Wendy TAI (Hong Kong) is a mixed-media artist and educator. Her work ranges from quiet, personal introspection to playful, social engagement. Her current research interests include exploring the intersections between life and death, medicine, grief, healing, motherhood and pedagogy. She holds a BA in Fine Arts from University of Pennsylvania, an MFA from Rinehart School of Sculpture, Maryland Institute College of Art and a Post-graduate Diploma in Education, The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Her works have been exhibited in solo and group shows including: 2P Contemporary at Liste Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland; Salt Water, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA; Introspecting Unknown, Art Museum at the Art Park, Hsinchu, Taiwan; Why Do Trees Grow Til the End, Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong; RMIT-3ACP, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia; Works on Paper, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, Hong Kong; The Finishers, The Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY and Young Blood, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD. Her work is part of private collections in Hong Kong and Switzerland. In 2011 she was awarded the Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship from the Toby Fund.

Tai divides her time between teaching at Li Po Chun United World College, being a mother and continuing her studio practice in Hong Kong.